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The “Avatar” movie cast contains both veteran and newcomer actors in imaginative, adventurous roles. The movie is a spectacle to watch, but the actors’ performances also make this cinematic feat a great movie. Learn more about the cast and their film projects below.
This Aussie actor caught a huge break by being part of the “Avatar” movie cast and playing the hero, Jake Sully. His other great claim to fame was “Terminator Salvation,” in which he played a partial cyborg. One of his latest movies, “Clash of the Titans,” failed to live up to the success of “Avatar.”
This actress and lead member of the “Avatar” movie cast has recently become one of Hollywood’s “it” girls. She got her start in the ballet flick, “Center Stage” and has since become an action star in movies like “Losers,” and “Star Trek.” In "Avatar," the actress plays Na'vi native, Neytiri.
An already respected and well-known actress, Weaver has collaborated with “Avatar” director James Cameron in the past and enjoys playing strong-willed female characters. In the film, she plays the scientist, Dr. Grace Augustine. This member of the “Avatar” movie cast has starred in films like “Alien,” “Ghostbusters” and “Heart Breakers.”
This actor plays the greedy contractor, Parker Selfridge in “Avatar.” Before becoming a member of the “Avatar” movie cast, he starred in films like “Lost in Translation” and “Gone in Sixty Seconds.” He has also guest-starred on a number of TV shows including “Friends,” “My Name is Earl,” and “Entourage.”
The main villain Colonel Miles Quaritch from “Avatar” made quite an impression on viewers in the movie, which is one of his most recognized roles. The “Avatar” movie cast member has been around for decades, but has mostly worked on stage.
The “Avatar” movie cast member plays a tough female fighter pilot named Trudy Chacon in the film. The actress often plays strong women and has appeared in films like “Blue Crush,” “The Fast and the Furious,” and “Machete.”